If there's one thing my parents passed down to me growing up it was their love of movies. I can't remember a time when we weren't watching movies or reading reviews about movies. So it was no surprise that when the internet was born, my family of cinephiles now had an outlet to discover everything there was to know before we schlepped all the way to theater. If you fit that description then check out Film for BlackBerry PlayBook by Cappow. It's a nifty little IMDB or Wikipedia alternative previously available for BlackBerry devices. It enables you to view movie information and trailers right on your tablet for those currently playing, ones yet to be released, and those that have come and gone.
- High Quality trailers, with subtitles in your local language
- Movie information, plot, cast, director
- Movie reviews (Rank movies, Write short reviews)
- Featured movies
- Movies Now In Cinemas (location-based)
- Upcoming movies (location-based)
- Newest movies
- Movie database, search for movies by title
- Available in the following languages, Dutch, English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Danish, Swedish, Finnish and for Switzerland German and French
Film for BlackBerry PlayBook offers quick overviews, links to YouTube for HD trailers, allows you to add your own reviews, and gives the ability to search for new and upcoming films by genre. Cappow let us know they just updated their app and database to include USA/Canada. For a limited time you can grab this app for just $.99 in BlackBerry App World.
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